See also: Mancini
Laure-Victoire Mancini (born in 1636 with Rome - died in 1657), girl of the baron Michele Mancini and Geronima Mazzarini, it was one of the nieces of the cardinal Mazarin, the elder one of the Mancini sisters. This one brought back his/her nieces to the court of the king Louis XIV in the hope to make them contract advantageous marriages:
- Laure-Victoire married Louis II of Vendôme, duke of Mercoeur,
- Olympe (1638 - 1708) was married with Eugene-Maurice of Savoy-Carignan, count de Soissons,
- Hortense (1646 - 1699) married Armand-Charles of the Door, duke of Meilleraye,
- Marie Anne (1649 - 1714) was married with Maurice Godefroy of the Tower of Auvergne, Duc of Bubble and nephew of Turenne.
The last sister, Marie Mancini (1639 - 1715), was the great love (platonic) of Louis XIV, who renonça with it to marry his double cousin Marie-Therese, and married after the death of his uncle prince Lorenzo Colonna, constable of Naples.
The small Mazarines had three brothers:
- Philippe (1641 - 1707), which married Diane de Thianges, niece of Madam de Montespan;
- Paul (1636 - 1652), killed during the Sling;
- Alphonse (1644 - 1658), died in an accident of play to the College of Clermont.
Laure-Victoire gave three wire to her husband:
- Louis Joseph (1654 - 1712), duke of Vendôme
- Philippe (1655 - 1727), known as the prior of Vendôme
- Jules César (1657 - 1660)
She died in layers at 21 years of the continuations of the birth of the third, which lived only three years; his/her two oldest sons were high during several years by their aunt Marie Anne, who was hardly older than them.
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